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I'm using "Strucuture for JIRA" plugin and bumped into a problem when configuring a formula column - I was unable to get a collection of links for the epic of issue in context. I tried several forms:
Please, help me to find out the correct syntax for this formula.
P/S. I know, I can include epics into the structure and address to the attributes of parent, but it's not a solution in this case.
Dionathan with ALM Works here.
If I understood it correctly, you just want to show in a Formula Column the Epic to which the issue is linked, is that correct?
If yes, you could try using the code "epic" or you could add a new Column "Epic Link".
Both alternatives will be like the following:
Please let me know if it does help.
No, I've got another case.
Link hierarchy is as follows:
Project 1 Story 1 -> contains -> Project 2 Epic -> Epic of -> Project 2 User Story1.
And I want to make a column showing Project 1 Story 1 for Project 2 User Story 1. In other words I want to have "PROF-142" instead of "USM-2421" in formula column
Thanks for the detailed information.
In this case, you could try the following codes, depending on how the link is configured in your instance (PS: this formula will work only on the latest versions of Structure (V7.0 +):
Please refer to this article for more information: Aggregate Function Reference
If any further questions, let me know.
@Dionathan Lopes _ALM Works_ thank You, but no :)
As i said previously:
I know, I can include epics into the structure and address to the attributes of parent, but it's not a solution in this case.
I just need to iterate throughout the collection of the links of the epic in order to find... something. And I will have no epics in my structure. I gave You a pic just to show You the dependencies between tasks.
AFAIR, we were told previously, that we could use dotted expressions, like:
You can also string multiple property calls together:
So, I just want to know, if the construction like:
was excluded from this pattern and why this happened.